Entries by Verónica Loor

OPENVENTI UPDATE: WEEKLY DELIVERY JULY 20

On Thursday, July 15th, the project delivered ten ventilators to hospitals from the provinces of Azuay, Morona Santiago, and Tungurahua. The beneficiary hospitals, on this occasion, are Vicente Corral Moscoso Hospital from Cuenca, Macas General Hospital, and Ambato General Hospital. These hospitals belong to the Ecuadorian Social Security Institute and are part of a delivery […]

OPENVENTI UPDATE: WEEKLY DELIVERY JULY 14

On Thursday, July 8th, the project delivered ten ventilators to hospitals from the provinces of Cotopaxi, Pichincha and Santo Domingo. The beneficiary hospitals, on this occasion, are General Hospital of Latacunga, San Francisco General Hospital from Quito and Santo Domingo General Hospital. These hospitals belong to the Ecuadorian Social Security Institute and are part of […]

OPENVENTI UPDATE: WEEKLY DELIVERY JULY 6

On Thursday, July 1st, the project delivered eight ventilators to hospitals from the provinces of Guayas and Pichincha. The beneficiary hospitals, on this occasion, are the Bicentennial Municipal Hospital of Guayaquil, Santa Ana Municipal Medical Assistance Center from Samborondon, and Father Jose Carollo Hospital from Quito. The ventilators delivered to Santa Ana Medical Center were […]

OPENVENTI UPDATE: WEEKLY DELIVERY JUNE 28

On Thursday, June 24th, Openventi delivered six ventilators to hospitals in the provinces of Guayas and Imbabura. The beneficiary hospitals, on this occasion, are the Bicentennial Municipal Hospital of Guayaquil, with a delivery of four respirators out of a total of 10 that will be completed before the end of July, and San Vicente de […]

OPENVENTI UPDATE: WEEKLY DELIVERY JUNE 21st

On Thursday, June 7th, the project delivered four ventilators to hospitals from the provinces of Imbabura, Pastaza and Esmeraldas. The beneficiary hospitals on this occasion are, San Vicente de Paul Hospital, General Hospital of Puyo and Father Alberto Buffoni Hospital. With this delivery, the Openventi team reaches 101 ventilators. We’ll continue working to reach more […]

OPENVENTI UPDATE: WEEKLY DELIVERY MAY 19th

On Thursday, May 13th, the project delivered twelve ventilators to several hospitals from Zamora Chinchipe and Azuay provinces. The beneficiary hospitals on this occasion are Zumba Basic Hospital, Zamora IESS Hospital, Yantzaza Basic Hospital, Zumbi Health Center, and Cuenca Municipal Hospital for Women and Children. With this delivery, the Openventi team reaches 97 respirators. We’ll […]

OPENVENTI UPDATE: WEEKLY DELIVERY MAY 11th

On Thursday, May 6th, the project delivered twelve ventilators to 3 hospitals and the Government of Loja as part of a third delivery. The beneficiary hospitals on this occasion are Milagro General Hospital, Quevedo General Hospital, Natalia Huerta Basic Hospital from Rocafuerte. The Government of Loja received the third delivery of respirators that will be […]

OPENVENTI UPDATE: WEEKLY DELIVERY MAY 3

Last Thursday, April 29, the project delivered fifteen ventilators to 5 hospitals and the Government of Loja as part of a second delivery. The beneficiary hospitals on this occasion are, Guayaquil Clinic, Alborada Clinic, Moreno Vasquez Gualaceo Hospital, Basic Hospital of the city of Baños, Jesus Sacred Heart Basic Hospital Sagrado of Quevedo. The Government […]

Openventi delivers Emergency-Use Ventilators with the collaboration of the private company

Openventi delivers Emergency-Use Ventilators with the collaboration of the private company Openventi is continuing with the delivery of Emergency-Use Ventilators to different hospitals in Ecuador. Thanks to the planning team, who have delivered 30 ventilators between December 2020 and April of this year, it has been possible to obtain the necessary information to schedule a […]

Cerveceria Nacional Finances the Manufacture of Emergency-Use Ventilators

April 2021.- Cervecería Nacional, in alliance with Openventi, joints the financing of 200 mechanical respirators. The ventilators have the academic endorsement of ESPOL and are being used by hospitals nationwide. The Emergency-Use Ventilators manufactured by Openventi are for compassionate use, this means that they are a last resort resource in patients with Covid-19 who are […]